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Feb 17, 2013 6:00pm PST
fiorina. they talked about everything from the economy and immigration reform to dysfunctional washington. >> it's time for us to lean in and hold these guys up for higher level expectations. you want to move the mouse, you got to move the cheese. we've got to change consensus in this country for good behavior. >> i find it stunning truly that this president and the democratic party continues to lay all the blame for their failure to achieve anything at the feet of the tea party or ted cruz or who aever the latest villain is. >> this ramps up the speculation he has washington in his political career. >>> the pope plans to step down in ten days. today's mass at the vatican was packed. more than 50,000 people gathered at st. peter's square today. that is double the number of people who attended just last week. pope benedict's final audience scheduled for a week from wednesday. 35,000 people have already requested tickets to that. he plans to go in retirement in vatican city. >>> here in the bay area, there are varying opinions on who should be the next pope. today in downtown san jose, some
Feb 18, 2013 6:00pm PST
are damaging to america's economy. >> another tech heavy hitter is talking. microsoft chairman bill gates is not satisfied with microsoft especially when it comes to cell phones. nonetheless he gave current ceo steve balm aerovote of can ha confidence saying the future looks good for the company that he started. >>> future oyster prices could be decided this week. the owner of the oyster company will be in court this weak to fight a federally imposed order to close the business. if the court does not grant an injunction, drake's bay will have to close by march 15th. some believe that will lead to higher oyster prices, lower quality and impact the environment because the tra transportation needed to import oysters here to the bay area. drake's supplies 40% of california's oysters. >> california's fishing industry appears to be on the upswing. fishermen are enjoying bigger hauls and raking in more profits. the news comes after conversation efforts that limited the catch for fishermen in recent years. while some were skeptical, they now see the benefits. it is good news for pacific coast tow
Feb 19, 2013 6:00pm PST
raise but will it help or hurt the economy? sam brock takes a look in tonight's reality check. >>> also, from spring training, trading in microphones. >>> a valentine's day tale for the ages. a local couple that became quasi heroes for doing the right thing. >>> and good evening. i'm jeff ranieri in the nbc bay area weather center tracking this storm for tonight. we've had it all -- lightning, hail, low snow. more rain across the santa cruz mountains. we'll let you know how long that will stick around. if you're curious about how much rainfall we have had, anywhere from a quarter to over a half inch in the castro valley. >>> a valentine's day surprise that didn't come in a blue box or a vase. instead it came in a camera case. joe rosato jr. shows us there are more than just valuable memories inside. >> there's me. >> reporter: like so many other couples on valentine's day, carlos and barbara were looking for a little romance. >> it was valentine's day, february 14th. and my husband says, let's go to san francisco. >> reporter: so last thursday the vallejo couple drove to the golden gate
Feb 21, 2013 6:00pm PST
roof over his head but the economy sends him here. >> my ex-fiancee and i were buying a home less than a mile from here, and balloon payments and foreclosure and the bankers ought to be made to sleep out here a couple of nights just to see how we feel. >> wilson has been living offspring sfeet in san jose for a few months but now he and his neighbors have to go. >> there's a number of concerns we're worried about. the safety of the neighborhood, the environment, and the people that are actually living outside and having to endure this really, really cold winter. >> reporter: the city's homeless encampment czar says a partnership with various agencies is trying to find some sort of housing options for the homeless. including emergency shelters. >> i don't know where i'll go. but i will do something. >> the clean-up of encampments costs the city between $5,000 and $10,000 per day, depending on the size. then there's ray bram son's parttime salary, which is $8,480 per year. >> why not just post a ranger out here and charge campsite fees? mean, the city's screaming it has no money. i'll pa
Feb 22, 2013 6:00pm PST
. >> and concerns over flight delays. plus -- >> reporter: i'm scott budman. si silicon valley's economy is red-hot these days and thanks to what's going on here, so is the stock market. coming up, why some say the government could bring it all tumbling down. >>> we have two big stories tonight that have to do with your money. one, a red-hot stock market led by bay area companies, the other $85 billion in federal cuts set to go into effect in about a week. >> can one affect the other? for that we bring in our business and tech reporter scott budman. scott, things are going well. is the government about to spoil things? >> reporter: that was the concern, jessica, until recently. after all, like you said, $85 billion in government cuts looming over our stock market, but if you look at stock market gains recently, you'll see they were fueled largely by gains in the tech industry. today, for example, the stock market rose to 14,000 at the close. google up to $800 a share. again, a big day for chip and biotech companies, even hp gained 12%. financial experts tell us no matter what the government doe
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